Focus on Autism: Read these blogs.
Moms spill it all on life
with beautiful children with special needs.
When they speak, I listen because
their voices are important to hear.
Check out these awesome blogs below:
Eloquently written by Miz KP, the mother of Angel, a handsome 5 year old boy, SailingAutisticSeas.com provides insight into one family's journey through the sometimes smooth and sometimes tumultuous seas of autism.
Her blog includes: posts on every day life, such as visits to church or to the dentist; guest posts by other parents of children with autism; reviews of autism-friendly movies and Broadways plays; and thought-provoking posts on autism statistics and preparing for IEP meetings.
I can say more, but Miz KP says it best: "I know in my heart that autism is not a life sentence. Angel is still my son and I love him dearly…. He is not a label…. I created this blog because I believe that it will give me an opportunity to share my experiences with other parents who have children with special needs. I believe that parents learn best when we can share what we know and ask each other questions."
Sailing Autistic Seas also features an up-to-date Special Needs Events & Seminars calendar as well as an Autism Apps list, providing an important resource for parents.
Follow Miz KP on Twitter @AutisticSeas
Find her on Facebook Sailing Autistic Seas
Follow her on Pinterest
Lisa Quinones-Fontanez blogs at AutismWonderland.com about life with her 6.5 year old son, Norrin, who was diagnosed with Autistic Disorder and Global Developmental Delay in 2008.
Lisa represents an important Latina voice in this world.
She blogs about coping with the autism diagnosis, her personal beliefs on autism and more. Her family was also recently featured on News 12 The Bronx.
Her site shares local NYC resources for children and families with special needs, features an Autism 101 section and lays bare her dream of building a school in the Bronx that is dedicated to children with autism.
Lisa may be reached via email at email@example.com
Follow her on Twitter @LaliQuin
Find her on Facebook AutismWonderland
Follow her on Pinterest
"Living the life with a son on the spectrum who proves that a side of fries makes anything better." Written with appealing honesty and humor, Autism with a side of fries is just one mom's account of life with her son with autism.
Recent posts include the following:
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